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December 5, 2012
05:42 EDTALVAutoliv opens new seatbelt plant in Indonesia
Autoliv has opened a new seatbelt plant in Cibitung near Jakarta, Indonesia. The new plant will enable the company to grow its sales in Indonesia from $12M last year to $25M by 2015 in already booked business and to $50M when the plant will be fully utilized. The plant will replace the company's existing Indonesian plant and serve Toyota, Daihatsu and Nissan, Autoliv's main customers in Indonesia. The new plant has a floor space of nearly 2,500 square meters on a land plot of 11,000 sqm and, at the start, 170 employees. All of the employees will be transferred from Autolivs existing Indonesian plant. The capital expenditures for the new plant amount to $3M.
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April 22, 2015
06:46 EDTALVAutoliv reports Q1 global Light Vehicle Production up 2%
In China, which accounts for around 16% of Autolivís sales, LVP grew by more than 8%, more than 2pp better than the January estimate. In Japan, which accounts for around 7% of Autolivís sales, LVP declined by close to 8%, 2pp worse than the January estimate. In the RoA, which represents 10% of Autolivís sales, LVP was flat, almost 1pp worse than in the January estimate. In the Americas, which accounts for around one third of Autolivís sales, LVP declined by less than 1%, a decline of close to 3pp more than in the January estimate. In Europe, where Autoliv currently generates around one third of its sales, LVP grew by 2%, which is close to 4pp better than IHSís estimate in January.
06:44 EDTALVAutoliv to prepare capacity for volume of up to 25M units
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06:43 EDTALVAutoliv sees FY15 revenue to decline by around 2%, consensus $9.42B
Consolidated sales are expected to decline by around 2% as effects from currency translations are expected to be negative by more than 8%. The recent volatility in the currency markets has led to a heightened uncertainty regarding the potential impact of currencies on the Companyís future results. The projected tax rate, excluding any discrete items, for the full year 2015 is currently expected to be around 31%. Operational cash flow for the full year is expected to remain strong and to be around $800M excluding the first quarter antitrust related settlements and any other discrete items. Capital expenditures are expected to be 5-6% of sales. Excluding capital expenditures for the inflator replacement business, capital expenditures would have been expected to be 4-5% of sales.
06:41 EDTALVAutoliv sees FY15 organic sales growth of more than 6%
Sees FY15 adjusted operating margin of around 9.5%.
06:40 EDTALVAutoliv sees Q2 organic sales to increase by around 6%
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06:40 EDTALVAutoliv reports Q1 adjusted EPS $1.42, consensus $1.31
Reports Q1 revenue $2.17B, consensus $2.19B. Reports Q1 organic sales grew close to 4%. Reports Q1 adjusted operating margin was 8.9%. The higher than expected sales growth came mainly from strong sales in Europe. The reported operating margin of 3.7% was negatively affected by antitrust related settlements and the on-going capacity alignment in Europe by a total of around $113M.
April 21, 2015
15:28 EDTALVNotable companies reporting before tomorrow's open
Notable companies reporting before tomorrow's open, with earnings consensus, include Coca-Cola (KO), consensus 42c... Boeing (BA), consensus $1.81... McDonald's (MCD), consensus $1.06... EMC (EMC), consensus 36c... Abbott Laboratories (ABT), consensus 42c... Thermo Fisher Scientific (TMO), consensus $1.61... Bank of New York Mellon (BK), consensus 59c... TE Connectivity (TEL), consensus $1.01... T. Rowe Price Group (TROW), consensus $1.14... St. Jude Medical (STJ), consensus 91c... Amphenol (APH), consensus 56c... Nielsen (NLSN), consensus 47c... Citizens Financial Group (CFG), consensus 34c... Autoliv (ALV), consensus $1.31... D.R. Horton (DHI), consensus 38c... Westinghouse Air Brake Technologies (WAB), consensus 95c... Huntington Bancshares (HBAN), consensus 19c... SEI Investments (SEIC), consensus 49c... AutoNation (AN), consensus 89c... Gentex (GNTX), consensus 25c... Ryder System (R), consensus $1.00... Owens Corning (OC), consensus 13c... NuStar Energy (NS), consensus 58c... Six Flags (SIX), consensus (67c)... Tupperware Brands (TUP), consensus 98c... MarketAxess Holdings (MKTX), consensus 64c... Lithia Motors (LAD), consensus $1.22... Knight Transportation (KNX), consensus 31c... Evercore Partners (EVR), consensus 58c... Potlatch (PCH), consensus 19c... Natus Medical (BABY), consensus 29c... AZZ (AZZ), consensus 59c... United Community Banks (UCBI), consensus 29c... Sonus Networks (SONS), consensus (31c)... Angie's List (ANGI), consensus 0c... Pacific Premier Bancorp (PPBI), consensus 27c.
April 19, 2015
12:41 EDTALVKroger, Dollar General, others can be bought and held for 3 years, Barron's says
Shares of PACCAR (PCAR), Lam Research (LRCX), Kroger (KR), Autoliv (ALV), Archer Daniels (ADM), and Dollar General (DG) should be bought and held for the next three years due to high return on invested capital, Barron's contends in a feature article. Reference Link
April 15, 2015
09:55 EDTALVBofA/Merrill U.S. autos analysts hold an analyst/industry conference call
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07:19 EDTALVDeutsche sees upside potential for Mobileye, raises target
After speaking with Dr. Mark Rosekind, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's new Administrator, Deutsche Bank believes the U.S. is about to adopt a more proactive stance on active safety technologies like Forward Crash Avoidance and Mitigation Systems. It thinks FCAM growth is likely to exceed its prior assumptions, providing upside potential for Mobileye (MBLY) and possibly Delphi Automotive (DLPH) and Autoliv (ALV). Deutsche raised its price target for Mobileye shares to $55 from $53 and keeps a Buy rating on the name.

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